After more than a decade spent searching for a vacation ownership property in Italy, Hilton Grand Vacations has opened its first resort in Tuscany. Nestled amidst the rolling Tuscan countryside, Hilton Grand Vacations Club at Borgo alle Vigne is now receiving Club Members and guests in its 31 elegantly appointed suites. Following a soft opening in March, Borgo alle Vigne has welcomed a steady stream of guests to enjoy this authentic Tuscan hillside retreat.
Borgo alle Vigne overlooks the historical hilltop village of Peccioli tucked amid centuries-old vineyards and olive groves and surrounded by enchanting culture, renowned cuisine, spectacular landscapes and historic sights. Borgo alle Vigne celebrates the culture and spirit of Tuscany intertwined with the spacious, comfortable elegance of Hilton Grand Vacations. Its mix of 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom villas, spread across five separate residences, combines timeless Tuscan influences with contemporary living spaces and modern conveniences. "Borgo alle Vigne is the first new construction project of its kind in the area in recent years and offers a harmonious connection to the beautiful surrounding Tuscan landscape," said resort developer Mirco Clementoni, CEO of Prime Investimenti.
When guests arrive at Borgo alle Vigne, they are welcomed into an inviting reception area, which will be the venue for many guest and social events including wine tastings of local wines. Guests will also have an opportunity to bask in the Tuscan sun when the resort pool opens in July. Centrally located in Tuscany, Borgo alle Vigne is perfectly positioned near the charming and picturesque villages of Volterra, Lucca and San Gimignano, with the celebrated cities of Sienna, Florence and Pisa and the famed beaches and exclusive golf courses of Italy within easy reach.
Guests can embark on any number of remarkable experiences from the resort. Whether they want to tour the area's medieval villages, castles, churches and abbeys, indulge in food and wine tasting itineraries at local farms and wineries, enjoy Europe's finest artists in opera, ballet and music at the Florence Music Festival, or savor the fresh Tuscan air with a round of golf on nine area golf courses, the old-world pleasures of Tuscany and the vast treasures of Italy are never more than a short drive away.Guests travel to Italy for a great many things, and they're able to experience them all from Borgo alle Vigne. The management and concierge teams are looking forward to planning special itineraries for every type of request.